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  • Localization  + (Set options particular to a particular language or location like keyboard layout and timezone)
  • Single Board Computers  + (Single board computers and microcontrollers like the raspberry pi, arduino, teensy)
  • Fancy new plugin  + (Some fancy new hardware just for you!)
  • Instruments  + (Standalone instruments)
  • Wehrlab  + (Task extensions for gap detection and speech perception Nafc protocols.)
  • Plugin:Tuning curve  + (Task to deliver an array of pure tones and white noise, along with timing signals. Just passive stimulus presentation, no responses or feedback from the subject. Designed to characterize auditory neuronal receptive fields.)
  • Category:Problem  + (Technical challenges, common issues that have many possible approaches.)
  • RaspiOS  + (The primary operating system of the Raspberry Pi!)
  • Single-poke PCB  + (This is a printed circuit board for a single nosepoke, with beam-break sensor, solenoid valve, tricolor LED, and passive circuit elements to control all of the above.)
  • Autopilot Tray  + (Tray to collect bedding material and fluids.)
  • Fluids  + (Tubing and reservoirs and materials for managing liquids)
  • Graphics Cards  + (Video cards, consumer and compute)
  • Autopilot Water Bottle Holder  + (Water Bottle Holder for Autopilot Hex Panel)
  • Wireless Optogenetic Illuminator  + (Wireless, IR triggered Optogenetic Illuminator)
  • Tripoke PCB  + (double-PCB that powers three nosepokes worth of RGB LEDs and IR beam break sensors)